Warner bros Tour London opened it's doors again last month to bring a little magic back. It's still a scary time for visiting big attractions so it's understandable to be cautious but WB have made a lot of big changes to make your visit safe as possible. Celebration of Slytherin event- Great Hall Face Masks … Continue reading Visting Warner Bros Tour London in 2020
By some crazy amount of Felix felicis or maybe just a heap of magic I've nearly reached 40,000 Wizarding friends on my Instagram. And I thought it might be a good moment to sit at a pensieve and reflect on memories! When I started this account 2 years ago I was just taking photos of … Continue reading Through the pensieve
copyright- Bloomsbury publishing Yesterday I was lucky enough to be invited by Bloomsbury to their offices in London to be one of the first people to see the next illustrated Harry Potter book - The Goblet of fire! Me and my wonderful fellow influencers waited eagerly at Bloomsbury HQ surrounded by some framed prints! Some … Continue reading First look! Harry Potter and the Goblet of fire illustrated edition
The Warner bros Tour in London is one of my favourite places to visit as it's the only place home to the real sets and props made for all of the Harry Potter films. It contains so much magic sometimes it's hard to know where to begin- so these are my top tips for anyone … Continue reading Top tips for Warner Bros Studio Tour
A few days ago I was lucky enough to be invited to the launch of Gringotts at Warner Bros Studio Tour, London. As the largest expansion to date I couldn't wait to see how the tour had changed- and boy has it changed! The studio tour has a whole new entrance and foyer! You're greeted … Continue reading Enter, stranger. A trip to Gringotts
Happy birthday Ron Weasley! It's often forgotten quite how much Ron sacrifices during the Potter books, he's so much more than a sidekick or the boy with red hair and the hand-me-down robe. warner bros Right from the first book when tiny Ron sacrifices himself in the ultimate game of Wizard chess he becomes a … Continue reading Weasley is our King
A question I receive in my messages on Instagram is where do I recommend Harry Potter fans visit on their trips to London- so I put together a quick list of my must-dos in the city! Platform 9 and 3/4. Kings cross station played a big part in the books- serving as Harry's way to … Continue reading Pottering around London
Someone once asked me why I like Harry Potter so much, and honestly I'd never really questioned it. The boy who lived had just become part of my life, my Hogwarts house part of my identity, and spells part of my vocabulary. Harry Potter shaped a generation and I was lucky enough to be a … Continue reading The Harry Potter Generation
Next month the beasts are unleashed once again as Crimes of Grindelwald is released on digital, DVD and Blu-ray. The most exciting part? The extended version! I really enjoyed Crimes of Grindelwald, I loved Leta and learning her back story, more Newt and Tina appreciation salamander eyes and Depp did a wonderful job at an … Continue reading Shirtless Newt, Mcgonagall and croissants. Deleted scenes of Crimes of Grindelwald.
Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone- Warner Bros This year marks 10 years since I lost a friend. I was in school and it was my first reality of grief. I remember so vividly sitting on my bedroom floor clutching Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, re-reading over and over the words Luna … Continue reading Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times- Harry Potter bringing light to loss.